Beloved eagles Indy and Frank, who are permanent residents of Dollywood, have been returned to their aviary after it was heavily damaged last summer. While Indy and Frank are disabled due to gunshot wounds to their wings, they have raised and fledged many chicks over the years that have been released back in to the wild. They are an amazing pair of eagle parents and look very happy to be back in their home. In March AEF (American Eagle Foundation) will begin full time streaming at this cam. Indy and Frank’s eagle kids are always a joy to watch, and they have spectacular cams. In the last couple of years they’ve also streamed live when the young eagles are fledged from a hack tower at a local lake and that is an amazing thing to watch! Picture shows Al Cecere, the president and original heart of AEF releasing Frank back in to his aviary home.